The Treaty

Casper discussed her struggles with identity in the Black community.

The Weight of the N-Word: A BSU Trill Talk

Janelle Camba, Editor in Chief February 26, 2021

On February 18, the Black Student Union held an in-depth trill talk about the N-word and its history. Panelists Chavito Allen, Frida Almaguer, Mary Casper, Cam Hyde, and Evan Nied, along with host Jada...

K.I.T.E gives bracelets to health care workers.

A Look into the Entrepreneurship Strand of the EBA

Paxton Coley, Managing Editor June 5, 2020

Of the many aspects of the Entrepreneurship and Business Academy, the Entrepreneurship strand is one of the most complex. From Incubator to Accelerator to Advanced E and I, this route requires a lot of...

“I think this is a really good experiment to see what the future of learning could potentially look like. But at the same time I love school and being in the classroom (especially math class!) so I’d always take in person learning over online learning,” Andre Mas, 17, said in regards to taking online classes.

Students Respond to Adjusted AP Exams

Mylynn Hopper, Staff Writer April 29, 2020

Due to the current issues concerning COVID-19, gathering in large groups has been one of the prominent safety hazards that many facilities have been instructed to take in order to prevent the spread of...

“Right now, I realize that school dominates most of my time. Most people would say school, but I don’t want that to be my most important thing. I want to focus more on my spiritual side, because I feel like I’ve been putting that on the back burner because of school, so I want my most important thing to be God and I’m working towards that,” Jada Jones said. Jones, 17, wants the most important aspect of her life to be her connection with religion and not school.

The Stress of Success: How School Affects Students’ Health

Mylynn Hopper, Staff Writer March 31, 2020

Imagine having to study for an important test for math. The grade from this test could greatly impact the overall grade in the class. However, a paper must also be written for English, due in the near...

“The Importance of Being Earnest” is a Memorable Performance

“The Importance of Being Earnest” is a Memorable Performance

Sydney Haulenbeek, Editor in Chief November 21, 2019

“The Importance of Being Earnest” was a change for the KHS Drama Club; rather than the modern act of “subText” performed last year, or the well known “Little Women,” “The Importance of Being...

Actors from Jos drama are front and center, with Clarissa, played by Noelle Smallman at center stage. Jo, played by junior Paxton Coley, stands behind him and Ms. Kirk, played by sophomore Sarah Liz Bailey sits beside her. James George, playing Professor Bhaer, looks onward. Clarissa fights out against against monsters in a depiction of a scene in one of Jos stories.

Drama Concludes the Season with ‘Little Women’

Sydney Haulenbeek, Editor in Chief April 1, 2019

On Friday, March 29, 2019,  KHS drama department presented their last performance of the 2018-2019 school year with the musical ‘Little Women.’ Unlike their past performances this year, which all...

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